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Russia redeploys Su-57 stealth fighter to Syria

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The Russian Air Force has reportedly redeployed one of their elite Su-57 stealth fighters to Syria after a short absence.

Based on satellite images from the Hmeimim Airport in southwest Latakia, the Su-57 appears to be back in Syria after the Israeli Air Force carried out a powerful attack on the Aleppo Governorate on March 27th.

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rambo54@reutersanders

now on google: Su-57 deployment at Latakia
I think it is #509

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The Twitter user @Reutersanders also posted images of the Russian military’s Pantsir systems at the Hmeimim Airbase, which have previously played a role in the defense of the installation during a jihadist drone attack last month.

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Latakia: northern Pantsir site

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Meanwhile, at the Tartous naval base for the Russian Navy, the Twitter user also showed the deployment of Kalibr missiles at the western end of the installation.

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rambo54@reutersanders

Tartus / google – incl. a set of Kalibr msl for Pr 636 su

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  1. Unless the blackmailed (by Netanyahu) head of state that Gordon Duff mentioned a couple of days ago but did not name is Putin. Would explain a lot of how Russia is interacting in the region.

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